Expert Group Underlines the Need to Treat Wind, Solar, and Hydro Projects as ‘Must-Run’

Expert Group Underlines the Need to Treat Wind, Solar, and Hydro Projects as ‘Must-Run’

Wind, solar, wind-solar hybrid, and hydro projects must be treated as ‘must-run’ power projects, suggests a panel reviewing the Indian Electricity Grid Code (IEGC) 2020. The draft report also suggests ...
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Uttar Pradesh Releases Draft Guidelines for Solar and Wind Deviation

Uttar Pradesh Releases Draft Guidelines for Solar and Wind Deviation

The Uttar Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (UPERC) has issued draft regulations for forecasting, scheduling, and deviation settlement of solar and wind projects in the state. In April 2018, the state ...
/ / Markets & Policy, Solar
MNRE Creates an RPO Compliance Cell to Meet India’s Solar and Wind Energy Targets

Maharashtra Exempts Agencies from Scheduling and Forecasting Charges for Solar and Wind

The Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) has exempted renewable energy qualified coordinating agencies (QCAs) for meter reading, data collection, and communication from paying scheduling and forecasting charges. However, the initial ...
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Bihar DISCOMs Liable to Pay Penalty in Case of Non-fulfillment of Solar RPO

Gujarat Announces New Regulations for Deviation Settlement of Solar and Wind Power

The Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Commission (GERC) has announced new regulations for the forecasting, scheduling, and deviation settlement of solar and wind generating sources in the state. These regulations will be ...
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Qualified Coordinating Agencies in Maharashtra Asked to Pay ₹25,000/MW for Solar Projects

Qualified Coordinating Agencies in Maharashtra Asked to Pay ₹25,000/MW for Solar Projects

In Maharashtra, qualified coordinating agencies (QCAs) for meter reading, data collection and communication have been asked to deposit ₹25,000 (~$357.6)/MW for solar and ₹50,000 (~$715.6)/MW for wind projects. This comes ...
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